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Argyll has a fantastic number of attractions including castles, museums, galleries, shops and much more making your visit a fantastic one. Find out more about attractions below.
Argyll has dozens of castles, find out about;
Arkinglas, Ascog, Auchenbreck, Dunans, Dunaverty, Eilean Dearg, Inveraray, Sween & many more.
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A popular family day out with over 30 different live wildlife exhibitions, seal enclosures and otter breeding programme. Read More >>
The famous Mull Of Kintyre lighthouse now an automated is one of the most remote lighthouses in britain and not straightforward to get to. Read More >>
A monument marks the site of the 1994 Chinook helicopter crash at the Mull Of Kintyre where 25 MOD intelligence staff died. Read More >>
A stunning example of a 16th Century castle at the top of Loch Awe only a short journey by car from the town of Inveraray. Read More >>
Saint Columba, a Christian Missionary from Ireland brought Christianity to Argyll, so why the footrpints and what to the mean? Read More >>
An exquisite example of an Argyll castle featuring circular turrets and restored by the National Trust. Available to hire along with cottages. Read More >>
An Abbey ruin only a short distance from Campbeltown and Carradale in East Kintyre, also interesting sculpted gravestones to be seen. Read More >>
A fantastic tower built by hand as a memorial to a local banker's family. Stunning views from its position over Oban harbour. Read More >>
Carnassarie Castle is a fantastic example of a castle ruin (although it was built as a private house) between Lochgilphead and Oban. Read More >>
One of the most interesting castles to be found throughout Argyll with a fantastic ruin & access to a rooftop. Read More >>
A small stone castle ruin at the top of Kintyre with good views across Loch Fyne and across the harbour below. Read More >>
Scotland's hydro-electric power station hidden inside the mountains of mid Argyll.
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Jura's only whisky distillery officially established in 1810 with shop and tours available.
Find out all about the Isle of Bute, it's history and present day at the Discovery Centre.
Glenbarr Abbey is the home of the Macalisters and lairds of Glenbarr.
A fine example of a twelfth centure castle ruin overlooking Loch Sween in Knapdale.
A fine castle dating back to the 12th century and partly restored in the 1900s.
A castle perched on top of a rocky outcrop at the end of a peninsula near the easternmost corner of Mull
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